Tutorials

How to Use the Auto-Insert Feature

Add Widgets And Display Them in Posts

Display the Widget Box in Different Areas

Use Custom Filter and Action Hooks

Limit the Widget Box with Certain Criteria Part 1

Limit the Widget Box with Certain Criteria Part 2

4 thoughts on “Tutorials

  1. Colleen Nelson

    I LOVE your Responsive Column Widget Plug in – and I understand how to use it as far as customizing the look of the widgets from within the dashboard.

    My question is how can I override the CSS and let the widgets assume the same styling as the website? Meaning – In the widget box I can select “block” but it doesn’t do anything to the Responsive Column Widget. Is there a snippet or something to be able to let the site theme control the widget appearance?

    Thank you so much!
    Colleen

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    1. Michael Uno Post author

      Hi,

      Glad you like the plugin.

      I’m not sure what you are looking for but, there is the option named CSS Rule where you can enter your own CSS rules.

      Hope it helps.

  2. Jakko

    Hi,
    First of all, I want to say I really like your responsive collumn widget. There is only one bump I am running against: I am trying to put a last blog widget in the responsive collumn widget. When I choose to show an exerpt, the site refuses to show the last blogs, it seem like there is a loop. and I do not know how to fix this. Can you help me with this?

    Regards,
    Jakko

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